Gardens without grass: an unthinkable idea! But our artificial grass can make your life so much easier. A perfectly British lawn to admire and use without hassle. There are many uses for artificial grass. Instead of paving your seating area, why not cover it with artificial grass? You will have a durable area on which to place your tables and chairs and a more serene covering to walk and look over.

Pets love playing on artificial grass

pet friendly grass
If you have pets, an artificial lawn can be a brilliant surface. Dogs treat artificial grass as if it were real grass, playing happily, running around. And doing their ‘business’ throughout the year, as previous customers have testified.
In fact, it can be such a good idea that some kennels have also installed artificial grass.
The durable nature of the grass and the way it is constructed means that their wee drains through and poo can be removed easily. The grass won’t be harmed by the mess and there won’t be any staining or smells. You can pour a bowl of hot soapy water on a bad mess too – can’t do that on natural grass.
Plus, as there won’t be any muddy patches, you won’t need to clean muddy paws as they come back into the house. Brilliant!

Some more unusual uses

Uses for Artificial Grass
Our grass range has featured a variety of different uses. Including forming the hull of this wonderful ship here. Just imagine what else you could do!
Campers love the no-fuss attitude of fake grass put down inside campervans, or used outside tents. You can even use it indoors. Do you have a gym room or a football-mad youngster? It gives a perfect, great finish to your floor or their bedroom, whilst also brightening it up.
As well as replacing real turf in small gardens with artificial grass, you can put artificial grass down in nursery and school playgrounds. It works on patios, roof terraces, or even inside conservatories. You can even add it to your boat deck, giving a durable, water repellent surface that also looks great!


Rooftop Garden
A recent news article shows how artificial grass can both support environmental concerns and enhance your lifestyle. The Prince of Wales had upgraded his Range Rover to run on biofuel. But was then faced with the difficulty of how to avoid problems caused by low overnight temperatures. As the temperature drops below -5 degrees centigrade, biodiesel becomes thick and lumpy.
What was the solution? His Royal Highness turned to artificial grass as a covering for his garage floor in order to keep the temperature above freezing point. Whilst this was obviously a welcome endorsement for artificial grass, it serves as a reminder of the many different uses to which it can be put.
Here are just a few examples:

  1. Putting greens – we have seen putting greens laid out inside buildings, even a small one in an office and recently we installed one as a leisure area for the use of delegates adjacent to a hotel conference room.
  2. Swimming pool surrounds – traditionally natural grass doesn’t fare very well around swimming pools; the wear under foot creates a worn, bare and faded turf. Artificial grass is the ideal solution.
  3. Roof gardens – planting shrubs and flowers in tubs is fine but when you want to really forget where you are and capture the feelings of being in a real garden then you need grass as well. Natural turf is generally not an option here but artificial grass is ideal.
  4. Exhibition stands – if you sell outdoor products it helps to show them in an outdoor environment such as garden furniture etc. Conference centres and exhibition halls are not ideal for natural turf, but artificial grass can add a truly authentic look.
  5. Airports – the grass verges of runways can be difficult to maintain, as they need regular cutting and maintenance. If also in a hot dry climate, they would need regular watering. Using artificial grass makes all these issues much easier.

There are many more ways in which artificial grass can help promote a better lifestyle as well as support environmental issues.

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